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JULY 2015 A monthly publication of the Beaver Dam Senior Center Volume 18 Issue 7 All Creative Acts Are Forms of Play Bridge Lessons Morning Pong 3Fs Luncheon Messing with Mitzi

CITY OF BEAVER DAM COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES SERVICES 114 E Third St, Beaver Dam, WI 53916 Phone 920 8874639 Fax 920 8871902 Hours MondayFriday, 730 am430 pm Email Web Site

ADMINISTRATORS DESK IN THE BACK OFFICE A statistical review Did you know that there are over 4,357 people in the City of Beaver Dam who are age 55 and over According to the census data for 2010, there

BOBBIES PAPERCRAFTING TUESDAY, JULY 14 Join Bobbie Pearson, published crafts person, for some creative fun from 830 to 1130 am. We will make several easy greeting cards with the help of lots of diecut

LEADERSHIP BEAVER DAM NEWS by Bobbie Pearson May 13, 2015 We met together one last time at the Beaver Dam Area Community Theater Site in Development. It was an old and ugly and empty room that Kay St

SUMMER PICNIC THURSDAY, JULY 16 Join us for some outdoor entertainment with Casey Carney at Tahoe Park at 530 pm. Cost is 10.00 per person and reservations and payment are due by Thursday, July 9. See

Workshops will be held at the SeniorRec. Center from 430 to 530 pm. 887 4639 Barb Harvey, Raptor Rehabilitator Tuesday, July 14 Free Please register in advance. Walkins welcome. Enjoy learning about

RECIPE OF THE MONTH BALSAMIC PARMESAN ROASTED CAULIFLOWER Not a fan of raw cauliflower Try roasting it to bring out a sweet, nutty flavor Makes 41 cup servings Ingredients 8 cups cauliflower florets

City of Beaver Dam Community Activities Services Admission at the door 10.00 5050 Raffle Silent Auction Food Beverages available Music by For more information, call BDCAS at 920 8874639 www.caro

FRIDAY BOWLING LEAGUE MEETING FRIDAY, AUGUST 14 All league bowlers and anyone interested in joining the league as a regular or sub, are welcome to attend this informational meeting at 100 pm at the Ce

LISTENING SESSION WITH THE MAYOR THURSDAY, JULY 16 Mayor Tom Kennedy will be at the Center on the 3rd Thursday of every month, 10001100 am, schedule permitting, to discuss ideas for the city, listen t

JULY 2015 ACTIVITY CALENDAR Sunday Monday Tuesday 1 Wednesday 800 Benefit Specialist Cribbage 830 Hooks Needles 900 Woodburning 100 Bingo 700 DJ Sheepshead Concert in Swan Park 630 WI National Guar

All ages are welcome to participate Thursday 2 Pinochle Arthritis Exercise Wii Bowling Bridge Lessons Pepper Pool League Sheepshead 500 Pom Dance 800 815 930 100 3 Friday 800 Cribbage 830 Learn to

PROGRAMS ACTIVITIES ProgramActivity Active adults ages 50 over are welcome to attend. Cost 10 classes for 10 punch card .50 per card Free Regular bowling rates apply Free Cost varies Free ProgramAc

BEAVER DAM LAKE DAYS TAHOE PARK FREE PONTOON RIDES ON BD LAKE SAT., JULY 11 10 AM2 PM 46 PM SUN., JULY 12 10 AM1 PM People attending Lake Days at Tahoe Park will again be offered an opportunity to t

YOUR BENEFIT NEWS Submitted by Amanda Higgins, Dodge County Elder Benefit Specialist Medicare Turns 50 On July 30, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed Medicare into law the first card was issued

WORD PICTURES Creative Forecasting, Inc. July 2015 Issue Answers on page 21 1 2 7 3 4 5 6 9 10 11 8 12

POM DANCE NEWS by Gloria Waddell The Seniorettes performed on May 7 for the LowellReeseveille Lioness Club and on June 10, they attended the Wisconsin Senior Music Festival in Janesville. Participant

MEET EAT CLUB NEWS by Marge Haider Our next eating event will be at the Center on Friday, July 24 at 430 pm. The next planning meeting will be on Friday, August 21 at 1030 am at the Center. On the ag

WOODBURNING NEWS by Marsha Horne We had a couple new people join us recently and would always welcome more. Well continue to meet during the summer. WOODSHOP NEWS by Terry Appenfeldt We are busy maki

JULY BIRTHDAYS 1 5 7 12 15 16 17 20 22 Ronald Neuendorf Shirley Uecker Melvin Brushaber 24 Frank Butts Dennis Druecke 25 Karen Beske Bonnie Michaelis 27 Edna Heinemeier Dennis Breidenbach 29 Sandra S

with air condition, including a friends house, shopping mall, senior center, or movie theater. 8 SUMMER SAFETY TIPS FOR SENIORS 2015 Be an early bird or night owl The sun is strongest between 10 am an

SENIOR TRAVEL CLUB EXTENDED TOURS GULF SHORE BREEZES APRIL 2330, 2016 Cost 1,498 ppdbl Registration deadline December 15, 2015 Mayflower ToursJoin the Travel Club on this terrific spring tour to Tenn

City of Beaver Dam Community Activities Services THE WATERMARK Demolition of the original, concrete block portion of the Fullerton Lumber Company has started. This photo, taken on June 15, shows the

Thursday, July 16 530 pm Tahoe Park Hot Dog Bar Chips Baked Beans Cole Slaw Veggie Bites Dessert Lemonade Punch Water Games Door Prizes Party Favors More Entertainment by Casey Carney Cost is 10.00